I‘ve had folks reply to this issue the same way.It can be removed easily if I need to take it into Ford for any warranty work.
That's the technique I use as well. Some shoes are better than others for me when doing this.I use the left side of my right foot to brake and roll over my right foot to blip the throttle with the right side of my right foot.
Exactly my belief, and what I do as well.Every red light is a chance to practice as you run down through the gears while braking to a stop.
Absolutely true.For any of you guys having trouble with it on the street - you aren't doing yourselves any favors - it's really harder on the street than the track, by far. Mashing the brakes on the track gives you a more solid pivot point to use vs the street where you are likely not in the brakes to the same degree, making it really hard to get a consistent feel for even where the throttle pedal even is. Everything is muscle memory - driving in traffic is going to make it hard to "remember".